Class Action: Guess Outlet Stores Offer ‘Sham’ Prices

Guess, Inc. was hit with a class action lawsuit by a California woman, alleging that the retailer puts fake prices on the clothing it sells at its outlet stores to give customers the impression that it is offering steep discounts. Plaintiff Serena… Read More »

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Zithromax Linked to Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Product liability attorneys are currently looking for potential plaintiffs who have suffered from Zithromax side effects. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are required by law to disclose all risks associated with taking their products. Zithromax’s pharmaceutical manufacturer, Pfizer, has faced several legal issues in recent years... Read More »

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Graduate Student Shares her Lamictal SJS Experience

In a recent case of Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a Georgia graduate student suffered this harrowing ordeal and now must undergo therapy once a week to correct the damage left by the allergic skin reaciton. While Khalilah S. survived the ordeal, not... Read More »

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Bad Faith Insurance Lawsuit Alleges Unum Failed to Pay

A new bad faith insurance lawsuit filed against long-term disability benefits insurance provider Unum Insurance Company alleges wrongful denial of a former Oregon Telco Credit Union worker’s long-term disability claim. Plaintiff John H. filed for long-term disability benefits under his Unum insurance policy... Read More »

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome Is Linked to Antibiotic Levaquin

Levaquin (levofloxacin), a fluoroquinolone antibiotic used to treat severe bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections, skin infections and respiratory tract infections, is associated with several serious, if not life-threatening, adverse events including Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) & Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Syndrome. What... Read More »

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Common Painkillers May Aggravate Eliquis Side Effects

Eliquis, one of the new generation of anticoagulant medications, is controversial over increasing the risk of internal bleeding. One report shows that risk is aggravated by taking common over-the-counter pain medications. The report was published online in JAMA Internal Medicine in April... Read More »

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Vaginal Mesh MDL Draws Kentucky Plaintiff

A vaginal mesh lawsuit was filed against Ethicon Inc. and Johnson & Johnson, two of many corporate defendants in a multidistrict litigation, or MDL, over vaginal mesh complications. In February 2002, plaintiff Danielle M. of Kentucky underwent surgery for implantation of Ethicon’s... Read More »

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Merrill Lynch Hit With Unpaid Overtime Class Action Lawsuit

Two New York residents have filed an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit, alleging their former employer Merrill Lynch required them to work more than 40 hours per week but did not properly compensate them for the extra time. Plaintiffs Celeste O. and... Read More »

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Lumber Liquidators Class Action Lawsuit Claims Toxic Exposure

A class action lawsuit claims Lumber Liquidators, one of the largest retailers of hardwood flooring in the United States, intentionally misrepresented their cheap flooring as a safe product, knowing it contained dangerous levels of formaldehyde. Plaintiff Meri P., filing on behalf of... Read More »

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Medical Experts Concerned Over Actos Heart Failure

Across America, millions of patients suffer from severe type-2 diabetes symptoms and rely on aggressive medications like Actos to balance their insulin. Unfortunately, Actos has been linked to a number of severe side effects, including congestive heart failure (CHF). What is Congestive... Read More »

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